Hudson Valley EATS, with the support of Chobani, is hosting a three-part virtual, family cooking series designed to teach your kids how to make healthy, nutritious meals and snacks. 

All classes will be live-streamed via Zoom, interactive, and fun for the whole family! 

Tickets are $50/household, per class 
100% of ticket sales will be used to fight hunger in the Hudson Valley.

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Tuesday, April 13 at 5:30pm ET

Desserts for the Win: Fun and Healthy Sweet Treats

Chobani’s Corporate Chef, Jake will teach families how to make glazed blueberry and lemon cake, Greek
Yogurt whipped cream, and a quick no-churn banana ice cream. Of course, key ingredients include
Chobani® Oat and Chobani® Plain Greek Yogurt.



Tuesday, April 27th at 5:30pm

Kid-Approved Meals Hiding
In Your Fridge

Founder of Ladle of Love Leslie Lampert will teach us make Honey-Yogurt Chicken, Healthy Crudités Cups, Mac 'N Cheese and a Yummy Strawberry Smoothie — all featuring Chobani® Greek Yogurt as a key ingredient.



Tuesday, May 11th at 5:30 ET

Gather Around the Supper Table: A Family Friendly Dinner

Hudson Valley Chef Zack Berger  will 
teach us how to make simple chicken pitas a yogurt sauce, using  plain Chobani® Oat.  He will also make frozen bark using strawberry-vanilla Chobani® Oat -based yogurts and fresh strawberries.

Ticket sales from each class equally benefit these Hudson Valley nonprofits

Feeding-Westchester cooking for a cause.
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Thanks to Chobani's support, 75 local families in need will receive complimentary tickets and ingredients to the virtual cooking series – and Chobani will make in-kind donations to each of the charities.


How the Classes Work

Classes are interactive, so when you sign up we will send you a shopping list so you can have everything you need to cook along. You can even ask the chef questions!

Best part, 100% of ticket sales will be going to three amazing nonprofits, on the frontlines of battling food insecurity. This means when you buy your tickets, you'll be joining a caring community that is making sure "Everybody in the Hudson Valley EATS", and teaching your children something valuable too.


"Zoom in" with us for one class or all three. Tickets for the classes are $50 per household, and when you are done, you will have dinner on the table.  If only there was a virtual way to get the dishes done too! 

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